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Age NI
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Age NI

What we do

Age NI is Northern Ireland’s leading charity providing a range of services to support people in later life, their families and carers. Age NI delivers residential, day, dementia and domiciliary care services and provides a freephone, confidential advice and advocacy service. Trained advisors can offer information and practical advice on community care, money matters, housing, health and social care issues. Age NI also offers products and services that promote independence, fundraises and influences our decision makers to improve later life for us all.

Gifts in Wills

No-one should spend later life feeling vulnerable and alone.  Age NI makes sure older people aren’t forgotten or left to struggle on their own.By leaving a gift in your will to Age NI, you’ll help us be here for everyone who needs us. Thousands of older people feel isolated and alone in Northern Ireland. We know that older people worry about losing their independence, ill health, staying warm in winter and being victims of crime.

Thankfully, Age NI is here. We do whatever we can to make life better for each and every person who needs us.We are so glad that you are thinking about remembering Age NI in your will. We hate to think of a time when we weren’t here for the people who need us.Leaving a gift in your will is simple to do but one of the most powerful ways you can help older people.  You can decide what kind or size of gift you’d like to leave, every gift – no matter how small – can make a difference.


Contact Us

Name: Nadine Campbell
Telephone: 02890 245729
Email: nadine.campbell@ageni.org
Web: www.ageni.org/giftsinwills


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Registered Address: Age NI, 3 Lower Crescent, Belfast, BT7 1NR
Registered Charity Number: NIC104640

Community Foundation for Northern Ireland
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Community Foundation for Northern Ireland

What we do

The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland is a local, independent charitable foundation. We help communities in need, drive social change and change lives through impactful grantmaking and delivering innovative programmes.

Supporting bespoke giving and providing philanthropic advice we are a trusted, secure means through which donors choose how, when and where to give and we provide a range of management and grant making services for charitable funds.

In the last 3.5 years, the Community Foundation has allocated over £20 million in grants to communities throughout Northern Ireland. Amongst many, grantees include older people’s groups striving to reduce poverty and address isolation, youth organisations helping young people to develop employable skills, and women from disadvantaged backgrounds needing support to build confidence and a better future for their families. From large grants to help set up local community centres to small grants to simply help people pay for new clothes for a job interview, the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland is giving grantees the tools and support to change their lives day after day, year after year.

Gifts in Wills

After taking care of your family and friends, you may wish to consider leaving a gift in your will to the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland. Our work is driven by our vision of a peaceful, inclusive and equal society in Northern Ireland. Since 1979 we have been a force for positive change in the most deprived and segregated communities across Northern Ireland.

Your gift will play an important part in enabling us to respond to the challenges that future generations in Northern Ireland will face and will be directed to those areas and causes that are most important to you and which match your own particular interests.


Contact Us

Name: Siofra Healy

Telephone: 028 90 245927

Email: shealy@communityfoundationni.org
Website: www.communityfoundationni.org


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Registered Address: Community House, Citylink Business Park, Albert Street, Belfast BT12 4HQ
Registered Charity Number: NIC105105

Dementia NI
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Dementia NI

What we do

Today many people across Northern Ireland will receive a diagnosis of dementia, this will often leave people feeling isolation, frightened and alone.  Dementia NI is your local charity here to ensure people with dementia take action, have their voices heard and improve the lives of everyone who has dementia.

Through the development and delivery of peer to peer support groups across all the health trusts areas, the Dementia NI empowerment groups offer support specifically for people living with dementia. Our members meet on a regular basis, offer each other peer support through their friendly social gatherings and raising awareness about what it is like to live with the symptoms of dementia.

With the support of our members, Dementia NI delivers educational talks and workshops in local communities. Our message is clear we want to challenge the stigma of having a diagnosis, dispelling preconceptions surrounding the condition and educate others about what it is like to live with dementia and what support is needed, in the hope that everyone will become more understanding and accepting.

Dementia NI also provide free short breaks and social outings for our members and their families, so they can spend time together, away from the everyday challenges of dementia.

Dementia is an individual illness and affects every person differently. Anyone can develop dementia – at any age, from all walks of life. The symptoms of dementia are progressive and on an unknown time scale. There is currently no cure.

Gifts in Wills

As the population of Northern Ireland ages, dementia will increasingly be a major public health and societal issue, with numbers of people with dementia rising to around 60,000 by 2051.  The cost to society is also likely to increase dramatically.

Dementia NI receives no statutory funding to meet the needs of people living with dementia and their families.  All our services are provided by the generous support of voluntary donations and especially the kind support from individuals who leave us a gift in their will. You can rest assured that every single pound you donate for us will help support local people living with dementia and enable us to reach even more people who need us every single day.

People with dementia are entitled to live well with the right support – Donate a gift in your will to Dementia NI and together we can make a lasting difference for people living with dementia in our community.  Today your gift will transform communities to better support people affected by dementia now, tomorrow and in the future.

Contact Us

Name: Fionnuala Savage
Telephone: 028 96 931 555
Email: fionnuala@dementiani.org
Website: www.dementiani.org

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Registered Address: Dementia NI, Unit 47, North City Business Centre, 2 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT152GG
Registered Charity Number: NIC 106148